The SCPW was part of the first-ever #ExplorerEncounters hosted by NatGeo, Forest Foundation Philippines, and the Masungi Georeserve Foundation. The event featured curated workshops, live stories from National Geographic Explorers and a platform for building connections within the Filipino conservation community.
The SCPW works with its partners to contribute to solving the pollution problem in Laguna de Bay. Its numerous projects in this regard have been both successful and effective in getting communities to understand and act on water pollution in
The SCPW Team participated in the blessing of the Green Village (Ecological Village) of the Life Project 4 Youth at Calauan, Laguna last 27 July, 2018. The team was joined by a team from the University of the Philippines (UPLB)
For the 20th anniversary of the Society for the Conservation of Philippine Wetlands, Inc., the honourable Senator Cynthia A. Villar, Senate Committee Chair for the Environment and Natural Resources and the Committee on Agriculture, sends her salutations and congratulations to
The Society of the Conservation of Philippine Wetlands, Inc. Executive Director and Ramsar NGO CEPA National Focal Points Amy M Lecciones attended a workshop for managers of seven Ramsar Sites held on 24 October in Manila, Philippines. The workshop
Aaron Julius M. Lecciones represented the SCPW in the UNITAR CIFAL JEJU Developing Capacities on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in the Asia-Pacific Region Training at the Jeju International Training Center, Jeju, South Korea last 18-21
LIVING LAKES NETWORK ACTIVITIES 13th International Living Lakes Conference Theme: Lake Management – Challenges in a Changing World Lake Chapala, Villa Montecarlo Hotel Chapala, Mexico 20 -25 March 2010 The CLEAR Partnership was represented at the Conference by Ms. Amy
This is a video documentary of the Living Lakes Conference 2005 held in May 2005 at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. The main organizer for the event was the Conservation of Laguna de Bay’s Environment and Resources (the